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Tom Laventure - June 2016
During the opening ceremonies at the Stutsman County Relay for Life event, at the University of Jamestown Taylor Stadium, Josh Bond plans to speak out on his appreciation of support he received during his three-year battle with acute myeloid leukemia.
When he was diagnosed at age 27, with a good job and a young family, he felt a bit overwhelmed. Being told in 2013 that he had a 30% survival rate, Bond was understandably distraught. However, currently in the clear , Bond says he's adjusting to "normal" after his three year ordeal. "I don't think I would have gotten through this without the support from my parents and wife's parents, and my wife who was there every day in the hospital with me" Bond recalls. He also attributes the support from the community as being a great help.
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Original source: www.jamestownsun.com